Definition of 'do or die'
Example sentences containing 'do or die'
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This is do or die for us and we go there expecting to win. The Sun (2012)This is absolutely do or die and you have to engage with that. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It was do or die and it was the making of me. The Sun (2011)It is not do or die today. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is do or die for the eurozone countries. The Sun (2011)For him too it was do or die. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It could be do or die. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It's do or die now for both of us which is why this game should be so spectacular. The Sun (2012)
Weber swears that, when the head of the studio called him in for the inevitable do-or-die meeting, Arlen insisted on being there. FROM THE TEETH OF ANGELS (1994)
Synonyms of 'do or die'
desperate, risky, hazardous, going for broke
Definition of do or die from the Collins English Dictionary
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